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50 Cent bets R19m on Mayweather to beat Pacman

2015-03-05 12:00

Cape Town - US rapper 50 Cent is prepared to bet R19m on Floyd Mayweather to beat Manny Pacquiao in boxing history's richest fight.

The USAToday reported that the rapper had put his faith in Mayweather to beat the diminutive Filipino in their May 2 Las Vegas bout. Although Pacquiao outlined his tactics to beat Mayweather.

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, appeared on radio station Power 105.1’s 'The Breakfast Club' show to chat about the upcoming fight and also the pairs public feud.

Mayweather, the richest sportsman in the world and Jackson exchanged blows on social media, resulting in a rather poor attack on the boxer's lack of reading skills.

The 38-year-old Mayweather, tipped as the favourite by bookmakers after announcing the megabucks fight, has not lost any of his 47 fights, in which he has scored 26 knockouts.

Pacquiao has 57 victories and five defeats to his name, including two suffered as recently as 2012. He has two draws and 38 knockouts.

Watch: 50 Cent and his G-Unit crew interviewed on the 'Breakfast Club' radio show

Read more on:    manny pacquiao  |  floyd mayweather  |  50 cent  |  boxing

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